Richard Hawley

“Placed midway between a 50-a-day Roy Orbison and the crime noir menace of Afghan Whigs, Hawley writes ’50s-crooner torch songs with teeth” (The Guardian). The Sheffield singer-songwriter follows 2012’s acclaimed Standing at the Sky’s Edge with Hollow Meadows, his eighth studio album which sees him “return to the classic, sophisticated songwriting and subtle arrangements that made him so widely loved and revered in the first place” (Music News).

Part standing in the stalls.

Support comes from Dancing Years and Meilyr Jones.

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